Shae Rodgers is the founder and clinical director of Small TALK speech therapy. Shae graduated with Honours from The Newcastle University in 2008. She has been working in private practice with a special interest in helping children with Autism since her graduation. Children with complex communication needs are a great fit for Shae’s vibrant, structured and innovative approach to intervention.
Rebecca Shelton (Bec) is the managing speech pathologist at Small TALK speech therapy. Bec has been working in private practice since 2012 with a special interest in assisting children with Autism and speech disorders. Bec’s energetic, fun and creative approach to therapy is a great fit for children who are reserved or shy and children with complex communication needs.
Sarah Rolfe is a Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist at Small TALK speech therapy. Sarah enjoys working with children with Autism as well as children with speech and language delays. Sarah’s professional and clear communication style makes collaborating with parents and carers a natural part of the therapy process. Empowering families to integrate communication goals into the home setting is a high priority for Sarah in her everyday work as a speech pathologist.
Currently on Maternity Leave
Emily Hammond (Em) is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist at Small TALK Speech Therapy. Em has been working in private practice since 2012 with a special interest in Early Intervention and collaborative family approaches.
Em is working part-time at Small TALK and spends her free time chasing after her energetic toddler. Em is passionate about making speech therapy fun for children of all ages, and uses her bright, bubbly personality to bring out the best in each child.
Katrina is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist at Small TALK Speech Therapy. Katrina is passionate about creating equal opportunities for her clients and their families. In her previous role, Katrina worked in a remote area of Australia and helped families access local services in geographically isolated communities. Katrina has a special interest in assisting children with speech and language disorders and helping children prepare for and transition to school.